- Introduce the topic of the essay. “Are new Generations Smarter Due to Internet Changes?”
- Background according to history and topicality (recent relevance) should be established. Add a fairly recent topical story from a newspaper, magazine, or radio transcript to show recent interest in your issue and its vitality.
- Use a rhetorical tool, or several, to draw interest in the topic, possibly through a question, scenario, anecdote, series of facts, numbers, authoritative testimony, examples, or metaphors.
- State a thesis on the ambivalently viewed issue that clearly states a logically biased perspective on the SIRStopic, stating the major reasons for bias (drawn from the subtopics in the body). This can be tacked onto the reporting thesis.
III (-VI?) Carefully analyze subtopics from each perspective in a compare-and-contrast
format that touches one subtopic at a time (such as ethics, economics, types of effects,
and so on).
- Define key terms.
- Describe varying categories.
- Present reasons and consequences for each side’s position.
- Clarify any moral or technical dilemmas.
VII. Bridge into your own analysis of the logical fallacies in the opposition’s position.
- Note overstatements and any poor logic or preposterously used scenarios.
- Note cloudy moral stances or clear violations of general ethics.
VIII. Restate the clearer position of the side that you advocate, admitting flaws but showing
clear reasons for preference over the alternative.
IX .Conclude with an honestly biased summaryof why one position is more favorable.
The essay should be five page long and use logical fallacies (straw man) for the argument. Also use MLA citation to write the paper. You should cite at least ten source.
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